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China’s Omicron threat ‘under control’, no lockdown planned for Beijing Winter Olympics, organisers say

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[unable to retrieve full-text content]China has no intention of locking down its capital or changing its coronavirus containment rules for the upcoming Beijing Winter Olympics, despite growing concern about local transmission of the Omicron variant, the organising committee said on Tuesday, though it is closely monitoring new virus clusters.Beijing’s current Covid-19 strategy, including the “closed-loop” system that physically separates participants from the local population, was working well, said Huang Chun, from the Beijing…

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China has no intention of locking down its capital or changing its coronavirus containment rules for the upcoming Beijing Winter Olympics, despite growing concern about local transmission of the Omicron variant, the organising committee said on Tuesday, though it is closely monitoring new virus clusters.Beijing’s current Covid-19 strategy, including the “closed-loop” system that physically separates participants from the local population, was working well, said Huang Chun, from the Beijing…

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